FAST COMPANY: A 4-point strategy to grow your company’s diverse talent pipeline
A new survey of 1,240 registered voters found 68% of Democrats and 52% of Republicans believe diversity and inclusion should be a priority for companies. The same research, by ROKK Solutions and Penn State’s Smeal College of Business and Center for the Business of Sustainability found an overlap with those who believe that company hiring and promotion practices should be merit-based (71% of Republicans and 65% of Democrats). It’s a debunked narrative that you can’t have one without the other. The talent is out there; it is up to organizations to attract it.
Finding this kind of synergy starts with building an authentic system that expands your diverse talent pipeline. Read the four-point plan from Managing Director Lindsay Singleton here.